For most of the past decade, Clemson football players have signed off social media at the start of fall camp and refrained from using Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms until after the season ended.
True freshman running back Demarkcus Bowman is going through his first fall camp at Clemson after enrolling this summer, and through the first several practices, the former five-star prospect looks precisely like the player the Tigers thought they were getting when he signed with the program back in December.
Tony Elliott says his friend, mentor and boss was not treated fairly by some in the media earlier this summer during the events surrounding what happened with the Black Lives Matter Movement and the way he handled the Danny Pearman situation.
The ACC just released the following statement after two Power 5 conferences announced plans to cancel fall sports. Earlier Tuesday the Big Ten and PAC-12 announced that they will not have fall sports and will try to play them in the spring.
Hey Nebraska: Clemson has an opening on Sept. 19 with your name on it The Big Ten announcement to postpone its season shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone, but could it mean we see Clemson add a quality opponent?
The Big Ten presidents voted Tuesday to postpone the fall sports season and try to play in the spring, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the Big Ten has formerly announced its plans not to play college football in the fall, the ACC and the SEC reportedly are moving forward with playing.
Clemson football doesn’t develop football players, they develop leaders. Most athletes are simply seen as “jocks” or entertainers and for the longest time Clemson football players have been seen as “just football players”.
ACC medical advisory group thinks we can see Clemson football play safely this fall While Clemson football fans wait to see if we will indeed see the sport played this fall, the chair of the ACC’s medical advisory group thinks it can happen.
Though news was moving fast this past weekend and into Monday with the Mideastern Athletic Conference closing shop and reports the Big Ten and Pac-12 might follow, plus the players’ coalition being formed by players across the Power 5 Conferences, it felt like March 12 all over again.
Five non-conference opponents still on the table for Clemson football As we progress closer to the start of the 2020 Clemson football season, there still is a major opening during Week 2 of the currently scheduled slate.
Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, along with his good friend and teammate Darien Rencher, got together with representatives from every Power 5 Conference Sunday night via Zoom and formed a coalition with the hopes of saving the 2020 football season.